Alerts

Signals & Metrics™ Alert's

Combined Alerts: Enhancing Alert Functionality

Combined alerts offer traders a sophisticated tool to streamline their alerting process by amalgamating multiple conditions into a single notification. This feature, particularly valuable for free TradingView users who face limitations on the number of alerts they can set, allows for a more comprehensive approach to monitoring market conditions.

Creating Combined Alerts: Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Access Angel Algo Settings: Begin by navigating to the Angel Algo settings within your TradingView account. This can typically be found in the indicator settings panel on your chart.

  2. Configure Conditions: Within the Angel Algo settings, locate the Combined Alert section. Here, you'll find a list of conditions that you can toggle on or off based on your trading strategy and preferences. These conditions may include various technical indicators, price action patterns, or trend signals.

  3. Set Alert Parameters: Once you've selected the desired conditions for your combined alert, proceed to create a new alert. In the alert creation window, choose the Angel Algo indicator from the first Condition drop-down menu.

  4. Select Combined Alert Type: In the second drop-down menu, opt for the Combined Alert option. This signals to TradingView that you intend to create a consolidated alert that encompasses multiple conditions.

  5. Finalize Alert Creation: Follow the prompts provided by TradingView to specify additional parameters for your alert, such as the trigger conditions, notification preferences, and any custom messages or actions.

  6. Save Alert Settings: Once you've configured the alert to your satisfaction, save the settings to activate the combined alert. TradingView will now monitor the specified market conditions and trigger the alert whenever all selected criteria are met simultaneously.

Updating Combined Alerts: Flexibility and Adaptability

  1. Assess Alert Performance: Periodically review the performance of your combined alerts to ensure they remain aligned with your trading objectives. Evaluate the effectiveness of the selected conditions and consider refining or adjusting them based on changing market dynamics.

  2. Modify Indicator Settings: If you wish to alter the parameters or settings of the indicators included in your combined alert, return to the Angel Algo settings. Here, you can fine-tune the indicators to better suit your evolving trading strategy or to accommodate shifts in market conditions.

  3. Adjust Alert Criteria: Should you decide to modify the set of conditions included in your combined alert, delete the existing alert associated with the outdated criteria. Then, revisit the Combined Alert section in the Angel Algo settings to toggle the desired conditions.

  4. Create a New Alert: With the revised conditions in place, create a new combined alert following the same steps outlined for initial alert creation. Customize the alert parameters as needed and save the settings to activate the updated alert.

By leveraging combined alerts within the Angel Algo toolkit, traders can enhance their ability to monitor market conditions effectively and make informed trading decisions based on a comprehensive analysis of multiple criteria.

Any Alert Call Function

Users have the flexibility to personalize alert messages triggered by the "any alert() function call" condition by customizing the message field. This customization allows traders to incorporate placeholders, which dynamically populate with relevant information when the alert is triggered.

Symbol Placeholders:

  • {default}: Represents the default message associated with the triggered condition.

  • {ticker}: Displays the symbol ticker without the exchange prefix.

  • {exchange}: Indicates the symbol exchange or data source.

  • {sector}: Shows the sector of the symbol; returns "na" if no sector is available.

  • {market}: Specifies the symbol market type.

Time Placeholders:

  • {tf}: Denotes the chart timeframe, with "S" for seconds, "D" for days, "W" for weeks, and "M" for months.

  • {time}: Provides the Unix time in milliseconds in the exchange timezone.

  • {year}: Displays the current year in the exchange timezone.

  • {month}: Indicates the current month in the exchange timezone.

  • {day}: Represents the current day of the month in the exchange timezone.

Data Placeholders:

  • {open}: Represents the opening price.

  • {high}: Indicates the high price.

  • {low}: Displays the low price.

  • {close}: Indicates the closing price.

  • {volume}: Indicates the current volume.

JSON Format: For receiving "any alert() function call" messages in JSON format, users can utilize the provided message template. This template incorporates placeholders for alert details, symbol information, OHLCV data, and bar time, facilitating structured data retrieval when alerts are triggered.

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